A nice place to visit for any meal. Most meals I've had were good with the occasional dud. Beautiful and historical location.
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We stumbled upon this cafe on our adventure to the Olympic National Park. We had no idea we would be served some of the freshest breakfast foods, with huge portions! I was only able to eat half my yummy omelet and breakfast potatoes. The coffee...More
The General Store is amazing. It's like a walk through the past. We couldn't believe how big it is and how much merchandise they have crammed in that place. Upstairs is the largest seashell collection that we have ever seen! The docent in the museum...More
Ate breakfast here, and loved my pancakes, a sizeable half-stack with blueberries. It can feel a bit crowded, and a tad noisy, but overall not too bad. Expensive for what it is.
We have stopped here a few times in the past and were looking forward to another good meal. Things have apparently changed in the last couple years, because the menu was disappointing with very little of interest, and what we did get was not tasty....More
The last time I was at the Port Gamble Cafe approx 4 months ago, lunch was disappointing plus it was very noisy. I wanted to take my friends to Butcher Baker Provisions but they were closed on Tuesdays. So, I tried this restaurant one more...More
Family was having an amazing Labor day visit to the area, Decided to stop in Port Gamble. Well this place is a gamble. Really cute place should have been an amazing experience. But it was not meant to be. Staff was really nice. seemed undertrained...More
Having passed through Port Gamble on many occasions on our way to/from the Kingston ferry terminal we decided to stop in and visit this restored 'Company Town' and, while there, had a delightful lunch at the Port Gamble General Store and Cafe. To be frank...More
First of all the wait, ridiculously long. Then more waiting for the food. My husband ordered the smoked salmon omelet and you needed a magnifying glass to find the salmon. The waitress did bring him a little bowl with maybe an extra tablespoon of salmon...More